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Small digital pressure transmitters for your challenging project


Pressure transmitters and level sensors with digital interfaces are perfect for customised solutions. Their low supply voltage and optimised power consumption make them ideal for battery-operated and wireless applications. Pressure ranges: 0,3…1000 bar / ATEX Approval


/ Pressure and temperature data


D Line pressure transmitters I2


X Line pressure transmitters


C interface up to cable lengths of 5 m 1,8…3,6 V (optimised for button cells) 20 μW at 1 S/s and 1,8 V Total error band ± 0,7 %FS at -10…80 °C


RS485 interface up to cable lengths of 1,4 km 3,2…32 V (optimised for 3,6 V lithium batteries) 100 μW at 1 S/min. and 3,2 V Total error band ± 0,1 %FS at -10…80 °C


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Test Chamber Solutions Designed to meet your needs


We are specialists in the installation, repair and maintenance of vibration test systems. Our qualified service engineers work on-site with clients around the world to ensure their systems are fully operational and comply with recognised quality standards. We service all manufacturers of air-cooled and


 Standard & Custom chambers


 Combined Thermal & Vibration


 Temperatures +250°C to –70°C


 Optional Humidity


Email: sales@sharetree.co.uk Web Site: www.sharetree.com Chamber Rental: www.rent4test.co.uk


For more information and advice call us on :


01453 828 642


water-cooled systems including LDS, Ling Electronics, IMV and Gearing & Watson.


For further information please contact Jason Deards +44 (0)7395 790398 jason.deards@vibrationfieldservices.com www.vibrationfieldservices.com


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